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The Office of the Bursar provides assistance with billing/payment issues, payment plans, check cashing, departmental deposit, agency accounts, third party billing, student medical insurance enrollment and opt out, student refunds, Federal Perkins student loans, and transcript requests.

Pricing Policy for 2018 Summer School

The summer pricing policy is designed to help students persist to the point of graduation. This is accomplished by providing zero tuition pricing for qualifying first and second year students, and reduced tuition for all other undergraduates. [Read More]

Payment Options

Student account payments, employee account payments, and departmental deposits can be made at our teller windows in McClure Hall, or online.

Tuition Payment Plans

Payment plans are offered for each standard academic semester. For the fall semester; we offer a 6 payment, 5 payment, 4 payment, or 3 payment plan. For the spring semester, we offer a 5 payment, 4 payment, and 3 payment plan. There is a 3 payment and 2 payment plan for the summer term.

Payment plans are intended for current semester charges only. Prior unpaid charges would not be included in a semester payment plan. Financial aid is first applied to the current semester university charges, a payment plan can be established for only the remaining amount. If a tuition account is completely paid with financial aid, a payment plan cannot be established.

Payment plans may be set up by accessing the TU Portal and then View and Pay my Account.

Participation in a payment plan does not guarantee enrollment in future semesters or a release of transcript or diploma. A failed or delinquent payment plan may result in cancellation of enrollment, will result in an enrollment hold for future semesters, and denial of access to transcripts and diplomas. The payment plan would need to be brought current prior to release of enrollment in future semesters and to grant access to transcripts and diplomas.

Students can log in to this site and set up 3rd parties, such as parents, as authorized users. Two emails will be sent to the new authorized user(s); one email with user ID and site link, the other email will provide a temporary password.

Once this set up process has been completed, the authorized user(s) will have full access to the student financial records.

Student Health Insurance

The University of Tulsa requires that full time and half time undergraduate, graduate, and law students have adequate medical insurance.

If you have adequate coverage, please go to the www.studentcenter.uhcsr.com/tulsa for instructions on how to opt out of this coverage and to have the charge removed from your account. If you wish to keep the coverage, you do not need to take any action, or you can go to www.studentcenter.uhcsr.com/tulsa and click “Enroll”.

Online Payments

Pay your bill online via the portral.

The link is located under the “View and Pay Account” section of the portal homepage.

Students can log in to this site and set up 3rd parties, such as parents, as authorized users. Two emails will be sent to the new authorized user(s); one email with user ID and site link, the other email will provide a temporary password.

Once this set up process has been completed, the authorized user(s) will have full access to the student financial records

Pay at the Teller Window

Student account payments, employee account payments, and departmental deposits can be made Monday-Friday at our teller windows in McClure Hall. Payments can be made by check, cash, or credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Student refunds via paper checks are also issued at the teller windows. However, we strongly encourage the use of direct deposit which can be set up through WebAdvisor.

Personal checks can be cashed at the teller window with a valid TU ID. There is a $50 limit per day. Third party checks cannot be cashed.

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